Precautionary allergen labelling: perspectives from key stakeholder groups

@article{DunnGalvin2015PrecautionaryAL,
  title={Precautionary allergen labelling: perspectives from key stakeholder groups},
  author={A. DunnGalvin and C.-H. Chan and R. Crevel and K. Grimshaw and R. Poms and S. Schnadt and S. Taylor and P. Turner and K. Allen and M. Austin and A. Baka and J. Baumert and S. Baumgartner and K. Beyer and L. Bucchini and M. Fern{\'a}ndez‐Rivas and K. Grinter and G. F. Houben and J. Hourihane and F. Kenna and A. Kruizinga and G. Lack and C. B. Madsen and E. N. Clare Mills and N. Papadopoulos and A. Alldrick and L. Regent and R. Sherlock and J.-M. Wal and G. Roberts},
  journal={Allergy},
  year={2015},
  volume={70},
  pages={1039 - 1051}
}
  • A. DunnGalvin, C.-H. Chan, +27 authors G. Roberts
  • Published 2015
  • Medicine
  • Allergy
  • Precautionary allergen labelling (PAL) was introduced by the food industry to help manage and communicate the possibility of reaction from the unintended presence of allergens in foods. However, in its current form, PAL is counterproductive for consumers with food allergies. This review aims to summarize the perspectives of all the key stakeholders (including clinicians, patients, food industry and regulators), with the aim of defining common health protection and risk minimization goals. The… CONTINUE READING
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